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The news many local people have wanted to hear has finally been announced – the Michael Sobell Hospice (MSH) InPatient Unit will reopen on Saturday 14th December.


The grand opening, which takes place from 10am-3pm at the Mount Vernon Hospital based site, will give MSH supporters, volunteers and the wider local community, an opportunity to have a look around the newly refurbished facility before it opens its doors to patients the following week.

Mayor of Hillingdon, Cllr David Yarrow, will be officially opening the unit, accompanied by Mayoress, Mary O’Connor MBE.

Commenting on the opening, Michael Sobell Hospice Charity Chair of Trustees, Michael Breen, said: “The new team of Trustees and I have worked tirelessly alongside many other towards this day and we are absolutely over the moon that we can now let the community know the service will be here to serve them. This is the start of a new journey for Michael Sobell Hospice Charity and the new team of trustees, and we hope the community will re-engage and support our efforts to fundraise, to keep the service alive.”

Free parking will be available on the day in car parks F and B, via Gate 3 off White Hill (SAT NAV users: WD3 1PZ).  Refreshments will also be available with music courtesy of Tony Oliver’s Jazz Days.

To confirm your attendance, please email the Fundraising office at: info@michaelsobellhospice.org.

-ENDS- ‘At the Heart of our Community’

Matron Carol stands with a woman in a blue sari in our gardens at Lansdowne House

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